On Saturday, I got my first glimpse of the stage set. The set is being built by Frederick Depp and his sons in a large barn loft on the Probey family’s farm, a beautiful spread on the rolling hills of Mt. Airy. Many thanks to the Depps for leading the construction and the Probeys for allowing us to use their space! I’ve included a sneak peek at the first set piece with some photos below ...
Here’s a shot of the first set piece that has been built.
Here’s (L to R) Frederick and his sons, Jonathan and Jeremy. Thanks guys!
Here are Brielle’s sketches for the entire stage set. If you take out your detective magnifying glass and look closely, you can see what we’re up to. Hint: Think typical city street in the 1940s/‘50s.
Wow, it’s hard to believe but camp is only 30 days away as of today! So exciting!
Starting to jot down some ideas today for Monday morning’s Big Entrance during camp week. No crash-landing spaceships this year, but don’t worry — the kids will not be disappointed! Expect a lot of fun, excitement and laughs!
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there. May God richly bless you today and in the days to come!
After many hours, lots of takes and retakes, and plenty of laughs, the SC promo video is done! Mark your calendars for May 19, when we are hoping to show it in both main adult services at church, as well as in 1st-5th grade. Here’s a photo of Caleb Barker and I putting the finishing touches on it yesterday afternoon. Many thanks to Caleb for all his hard work and skills in videography and editing. He is truly a talented guy!